Tag: David Cameron

After Losing In The Just-concluded EU Referendum, David Cameron Steps Down In October

David Cameron, prime minister of the United Kingdom, has announced he will be stepping down as the leader of the UK after losing in the just-concluded EU referendum. Cameron said he would continue in his current capacity for the next three months but he would not be the prime minister[Read More…]

British Newspaper Say Amaechi Stole £500million; Paid Media Consultants And Private Jets For Buhari’s Campaign

In light of the “Fantastically corrupt” remarks by David Cameron, British Prime Minister, DailyMail is doing a little digging into what seem to be Nigeria’s President Corrupt Cabinet Member. It said, Muhammadu Buhari seen by some as leading the battle against corruption but worrying allegations swirl around one of Nigerian leader’s[Read More…]

Buhari Agrees With British Prime Minister, Says Nigeria Is ‘Fantastically Corrupt’

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday agreed with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, that Nigeria “is a fantastically corrupt” country. Buhari spoke briefly with Sky News’ Diplomatic Editor, Dominic Waghorn, after he delivered his keynote address at the Commonwealth event tagged, “Tackling corruption together: A conference for civil society, business[Read More…]

Buhari “Shocked And Embarrassed” By David Cameron’s Remarks Calling Nigerians “Fantastically Corrupt”

Nigeria’s president has been left “deeply shocked and embarrassed” after David Cameron was caught on microphone describing the African country as “fantastically corrupt”. Speaking through his spokesman, President Muhammadu Buhari suggested Mr Cameron had been referring to Nigeria’s past notoriety for corruption during the leadership of his predecessors. The Prime[Read More…]

David Cameron Calls Nigeria And Afghanistan “Fantastically Corrupt Countries” In A Chat With The Queen

David Cameron has described Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” in a conversation with the Queen. The PM was talking about the forthcoming anti-corruption summit when he made the comments. It was not clear whether he knew the comments were being recorded. “We’ve got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt[Read More…]

Jonathan Congratulates Cameron, Conservatives On British Election Victory

by Musa Abdullahi President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan congratulates Prime Minister David Cameron and the Conservative Party of Great Britain on their victory in the country’s general elections. Dr. Reuben Abati in a statement said, as Prime Minister Cameron and the Conservative Party prepare to form a new British Government backed by[Read More…]

Britain Unveils Emergency Laws To Keep Email, Phone Data For Security

By Michael Holden and William James (Reuters) – Britain said on Thursday it would rush through emergency legislation to force telecoms firms to retain customer data for a year, calling the move vital for national security following a decision by Europe’s top court. Communication companies had been required to retain[Read More…]

David Cameron Joins “Bring Back Our Girls” Campaign #BringBackOurGirls

BBC Prime Minister David Cameron has promised Britain “will do what we can” to help find more than 200 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls. He made the comments as he held a sign bearing the “#Bring Back Our Girls” slogan on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show. Mr Cameron is the latest high-profile[Read More…]

David Cameron’s First Tweet In Mandarin Trended On The Chinese Microblogging Site, Weibo

The Guardian reports that British Prime Minister, David Cameron has opened an account on the Chinese equivalent of twitter ahead of his visit to China  next week. In his first post on Weibo, the prime minister said in English and Mandarin: “Hello my friends in China. I’m pleased to have[Read More…]